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MIT 14.01SC Principles of Microeconomics

View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/14-01SCF10

This course includes a full set of lecture videos and a selection of problem solving videos. In the lecture videos, Professor Jonathan Gruber covers the principles of microeconomics conceptually, mathematically, and graphically, giving students a holistic understanding of the subject matter. He then moves on to more advanced topics in microeconomics to provide further insight into its many different applications.

In the problem solving videos, a teaching assistant demonstrates their approach to questions from the problem set. The problems selected by the TA cover a range of microeconomics topics and problem solving techniques that students need to master to successfully complete this course.

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Lec 1 Introduction to Microeconomics 34:14

Lec 2 Applying Supply and Demand 49:07

Lec 3 Elasticity 47:58

Lec 4 Preferences and Utility 48:10

Lec 5 Budget Constraints 46:14

Lec 6 Deriving Demand Curves 47:22

Lec 7 Applying Consumer Theory Labor Supply 50:26

Lec 8a Applying Consumer Theory Child Labor 13:38

Lec 8 Introduction to Producer Theory 37:22

Lec 9 Productivity and Costs 47:31

Lec 10 Competition I 49:00

Lec 11 Competition II 50:07

Lec 12 Competition III 45:06

Lec 13 Welfare economics 47:08

Lec 14 Monopoly 46:57

Lec 15 Monopoly II 48:25

Lec 16 Oligopoly 50:05

Lec 17 Oligopoly II 47:22

Lec 18 Factor Markets 46:38

Lec 19 International Trade 45:43

Lec 20 Uncertainty 48:01

Lec 21 Capital Supply and Markets I 48:22

Lec 22 Capital Supply and Markets II 47:31

Lec 23 Equity and Efficiency 49:37

Lec 24 Government Redistribution Policy 49:12

Lec 25 U.S. Social Insurance Programs 49:45

Lec 26 Healthcare Economics 39:20

Introduction 0:54

Problem Set 1, Problem #3 15:20

Problem Set 1, Problem #4 15:15

Problem Set 2, Problem #4 17:24

Problem Set 3, Problem #5 24:34

Problem Set 4, Problem #3 15:01

Problem Set 5, Problem #4e-h 14:17

Problem Set 6, Problem #3 16:37

Problem Set 6, Problem #4 17:44

Problem Set 7, Problem #2a-e 16:33

Problem Set 8, Problem #2a-b 15:59